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I want to make one of those USB mods. What to do if my USB is Kingston 4GB? I'm afraid to break it. Answered

I'm afraid to break it. Also my USB is a Kingston 4 GB USB, the one with white body and colors at the center, etc,etcI'm referring to this onehttp://www.internet-ink.co.uk/lg_images/4gbusb.jpg

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Kingston DataTraveler 32Gb USB drive which is suddenly not being recognized in my iMac...... Help!

I have a 6 month old Kingston DataTraveler 32Gb USB drive which is suddenly not being recognized in my iMac Finder. There has been no abuse whatsoever to the drive, and the best the Kingston tech people can say is that it might me the 'controller' since the green activity light comes on sporadically. I've been quoted $hundreds to rescue my data. Kingston (kindly) will replace it for free. Help, Mileman

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How can I troubleshoot installing a 256 mb pc 133 kingston ram module to a hp pavillion n5450 notebook ?

I have 128 mb installed and want to add a 256 mb pc 133 kingston module. When I add it and turn the computer on the fan starts for a second and then shuts off and the computer doesn't boot. I have tried all different configurations for the ram ( just adding new ram, switching module placement etc.) with the same results. This is the ram kingston told me would work so I wonder if it is something wrong I am doing with installation. I bought the ram a while ago and kingston doesn't support it anymore. Any help would be great.

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How to make a San Disk micro SD work with the Kingston SD adapter?

Long story... dose anyone know how?

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How to solder tone pots in Stratocaster guitar?

I found old Kingston Stratocaster HSS guitar (it has more than 20 years). Could anybody help me bring this interesting instrument to life? I have no idea how to solder tone pots. Switch model: 5-way Schaller 105 SF (stratocaster type). If anyone knows how, please edit first draft and upload it again. On the first picture I presented what I have already soldered thanks to french forum (original wire colors): There is a switch labirinth on the second picture. On the third - Schaller manual I found. On the last - there is another Shaller switch diagram I found (don't know exact model, but might be useful).

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How can I password protect my USB stick?

I have a Kingston 2 GB USB memory stick.  I have tried to see if I can password protect the stick in case I lose it.  So far I haven't been able to figure out how to do this.  Is it possible?

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I have a webcam that was made for windows 98. Is there a way to hook it up to windows xp? Answered

The web cam is a old kingston that i got a few years ago for my old 98. My laptop don't have a web cam. so i wanted to see if there was a way to hook it up to windows xp.

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Can I run Crisis on Ultra-High with this computer?

The question is in the title, the computer I will be running has the following specifications; Memory; 4GB Kingston DDR3 C9 1333M Video Card; Saphhire HD 5750 700M 1GB CPU; Intel core i5 750 3.66Ghz SKT 1156 (quad core) All the other specs are sufficient, thanks in advance to anybody who can help me

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Why doesn't my computer recognize my flash drive?

I have an 8GB Kingston Data Traveler G3 that my computer, operating on windows 7,refuses to recognize. The Auto-play option doesn't start when it is plugged in nor does it show up in any of the available drives in My Computer.  I've tried to assign it a new drive letter through Disk Management but it doesn't show up there either. Can anyone explain what might be the problem and how i can fix it? Thanks.

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Help horrible EXtreeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeme lag on pc ?

Please help my friend pc in totally extreme lag and low fps on any game even simple flash game " happy wheels" fps average is between 5 and 2 fps and before 2 months the pc was normal and good speed for example AVA the game was 20 fps and his computer have: processor : pentium 4 (3GHz) graphic card : Intel® G41 Express Chipset ram : 4 GB kingston hard 500 GB 390 used  please i need help

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4th Generation Ipod Flash Hack

I am attempting to hack my 4th generation Ipod classic following this instructable. I have assembled everything and when I connect the ipod to the computer the ipod cycles betwen the apple logo (booting), corrupt file logo, and disk mode. Neither my computer or Itunes will recognize the ipod. I am using a DealExtreme 1.8 to cf adapter and a Kingston 512mb cf card (decided to test with it before I invest in a larger one) How can I solve this problem? Is the CF card I am using too small to work on the ipod (it was originally a 20gb)

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home made PC chase

I made a mini pC the dimensions is: 39 cm W/32 cm/17,5 cm High video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DOEhSknZNq0&feature;=youtu.be my system is: ASUS M4A88T-M LE AMD PHENOM II X4  3 . 4 GHZ Black Edition 2 GB DDR 3  1333 Mhz  KINGSTON   x2  modül 1 TB 32MB Cache SAMSUNG  HDD  7200 Rpm XILENCE XP 500 120 mm Fan PSU 500 Watt DVR-S19 LBK Pioneer  double layer label flash SATA DVD + 2 adet XILENCE with LED 8 cm fan

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Raspberry pi 2 processing capability?

Hearing the announcement of the new latest and greatest Raspberry Pi 2, now a backwards compatible computer with a 0.9GHz ARM Cortex-A7 quad core processor and 1GB of LPDDR2 SDRAM, I was wondering of the feasibility of using it as a very cheap and basic solution for a simple computer for my lab. Currently, I am using a compaq presario C700 Pentium Dual-Core laptop, that has been maxed out with 2GB 800MHz kingston RAM, and is running Kubuntu. I should also not the HDD has been replaced with a 120GB one from an old and broken Xbox. I do not like it much anymore, because although the performance of it is acceptable, the screen is a bit low res, at 1280x800, it's pretty dark (or at least until it 'warms up' to full brightness), it had a major scratch on the screen, (no idea how it got there) and after buffing it out with many methods, including with an eraser, the area has became discolored, like a portion of the screen has higher gamut and brightness, and lower black levels. :( Oh well. The main killer for it is that it's form factor. It is too big, heavy, the screen is too small, and it is very cumbersome to use far away in the corner of my workbench. Of course being a laptop, the 'base' of it is fixed to the screen, and to move it closer to me takes away lots of valuable space on my really messy bench. I mostly use it to research part numbers, get schematics off of google, watch YT videos, log data from serial ports (including my UNI-T multimeter with basic data-logging capabilities), and stuff like that. I may have as many as 20 tabs open at a time, which did tax my old compaq C700 when it had 1GB of RAM, but that was likely due to a memory leak issue with chrome, since I have the SAME issue with my main desktop, with 8GB of DDR3 RAM. If the video by MAKE is anything to judge, it looks just as powerful, as this embedded video is large! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pZz8MW3DSqA My hope is to replace it with a raspberry pi, and be able to use it for these basic operations w/ a old LCD monitor which can be picked up off of craigslist for cheap. Maybe I can even find one in the dump :P. Maybe I can configure the GPIO pins to be COM and parallel ports, w/ clock, Tx, Rx, and everything else! That way an external FTDI chip and using the limited number of USBs is not an issue. Is that possible?

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Raspberry pi 2 processing capability?

Hearing the announcement of the new latest and greatest Raspberry Pi 2, now a backwards compatible computer with a 0.9GHz ARM Cortex-A7 quad core processor and 1GB of LPDDR2 SDRAM, I was wondering of the feasibility of using it as a very cheap and basic solution for a simple computer for my lab. Currently, I am using a compaq presario C700 Pentium Dual-Core laptop, that has been maxed out with 2GB 800MHz kingston RAM, and is running Kubuntu. I should also not the HDD has been replaced with a 120GB one from an old and broken Xbox. I do not like it much anymore, because although the performance of it is acceptable, the screen is a bit low res, at 1280x800, it's pretty dark (or at least until it 'warms up' to full brightness), it had a major scratch on the screen, (no idea how it got there) and after buffing it out with many methods, including with an eraser, the area has became discolored, like a portion of the screen has higher gamut and brightness, and lower black levels. :( Oh well. The main killer for it is that it's form factor. It is too big, heavy, the screen is too small, and it is very cumbersome to use far away in the corner of my workbench. Of course being a laptop, the 'base' of it is fixed to the screen, and to move it closer to me takes away lots of valuable space on my really messy bench. I mostly use it to research part numbers, get schematics off of google, watch YT videos, log data from serial ports (including my UNI-T multimeter with basic data-logging capabilities), and stuff like that. I may have as many as 20 tabs open at a time, which did tax my old compaq C700 when it had 1GB of RAM, but that was likely due to a memory leak issue with chrome, since I have the SAME issue with my main desktop, with 8GB of DDR3 RAM. If the video by MAKE is anything to judge, it looks just as powerful, as this embedded video is large! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pZz8MW3DSqA My hope is to replace it with a raspberry pi, and be able to use it for these basic operations w/ a old cheap LCD monitor which can be picked up off of craigslist for cheap. Generally old 4:3 monitors go for next to nothing. Maybe I can even find one in the dump :P. Maybe I can configure the GPIO pins to be COM ports, w/ clock and everything else! That way an external FTDI chip and using the limited number of USBs is not an issue. Is that possible?

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